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Martha Maas




Tom Mabry
Professor Emeritus, Ph.D.


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Tom Mabry

Paul Macdonald
Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Doherty, Jr. Regents Chair In Molecular Biology


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Regulation of gene expression at the post-transcriptional level has long been recognized for its essential role in early development, and has more recently emerged as a widespread phenomenon ... Paul Macdonald

Jan Machart
Lecturer, Ph.D.



Jan Machart

Albert Mackrell
Postdoctoral Fellow




Marjorie Maguire
Professor Emeritus, Ph.D.



Marjorie Maguire

Bassett Maguire Jr.
Professor Emeritus



Bassett Maguire Jr.

Seena Mathew
Lecturer




Andreas Matouschek
Professor in Molecular Genetics and Microbiology


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Andreas earned his first degree in biology at the Ludwig Maximilians University Munich and a Ph.D. with Alan Fersht in the chemistry department of the University of Cambridge. He then did a postdoc ... Andreas Matouschek

Mikhail Matz
Assistant Professor, Integrative Biology


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We are an ecological genomics lab working predominantly with reef-building corals. Our main research projects are: (1) Adaptive genetic variation in reef-building corals. We use genetics and ... Mikhail Matz

Michael Mauk
Professor of Neuroscience


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We investigate information processing and learning in the cerebellum and prefrontal cortex. The levels of analysis are: 1) behavioral studies, reversible lesions and in vivo recordings of neural ... Michael Mauk

James D. Mauseth
Professor


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Research in my lab centers on evolution of morphogenic mechanisms and structure. We use cacti as model organisms because the family contains a great amount of structural/developmental diversity and ... James D. Mauseth

Lynne McAnelly




Blinda McClelland
Lecturer, Ph.D.



Blinda McClelland

Gene D. McDonald




Kay McMurry
Lecturer, Ph.D.



Kay McMurry

Mona Mehdy
Associate Professor in Molecular Cell & Developmental Biology



In response to pathogens and herbivores, plants employ up-regulation and down-regulation of diverse genes to achieve resistance. Research in my lab centers on two areas: 1) molecular mechanisms of ... Mona Mehdy

Richard Meyer
Professor in Molecular Genetics & Microbiology


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Conjugation is probably the most common mechanism for genetic exchange in bacteria. Bacteria can transfer DNA by conjugation not only between different species, but also into higher organisms such as ... Richard Meyer

Lauren Ancel Meyers
Professor


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The Meyers lab works on problems at the interface of evolution and epidemiology. We are simultaneously pursuing projects in two areas. They are applying network theory, agent-based simulation, ... Lauren Ancel Meyers

Gregory Mihailoff
Adjunct Professor, Ph.D.
Lecturer



Gregory Mihailoff

S. John Mihic
M. June and J. Virgil Waggoner Fellow In Molecular Biology
Associate Professor


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Research in my laboratory is focused on characterizing the molecular mechanisms of action of alcohol, inhaled solvents and anaesthetics on ligand-gated ion channels. We combine receptor subunit ... S. John Mihic

Kyle Miller
Assistant Professor of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology


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DNA damage represents a formidable challenge to genome maintenance. To protect our genetic material, our cells have evolved multifaceted systems, collectively termed the DNA damage response (DDR), to ... Kyle Miller

Sanghamitra Mohanty
Lecturer, MD, MS



Sanghamitra Mohanty

Ian Molineux
Professor in Molecular Genetics & Microbiology


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Our major interest is understanding how nucleic acids pass through lipid bilayers. Our model system is bacteriophage T7, which uses three different motor proteins to transport its DNA into the ...

Ian Molineux

Jennifer Moon
Lecturer, PHD



Jennifer Moon

Barbara Moore
Lecturer, Ph.D.



Barbara Moore

Nancy Moran
Professor


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Symbioses between animals and microbes have evolved many times, and have been a major influence on macroevolutionary patterns of diversification as well as short-term evolution within host ... Nancy Moran

Hitoshi Morikawa
Associate Professor in Neuroscience
M. June and J. Virgil Waggoner Fellow In Molecular Biology


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A large amount of knowledge has accumulated over the past decades implicating the central dopaminergic system in reward-based reinforcement learning, decision making, motivation and locomotion, as ... Hitoshi Morikawa

Richard Morrisett
Professor in Pharmacy


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My primary research interests center upon the interactions between excitatory and inhibitory neurotransmitters and their synaptic and cellular effects that regulate certain aspects of normal neural ... Richard Morrisett

Ulrich Mueller
W.M. Wheeler Lost Pines Professor in Integrative Biology


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The Mueller lab studies evolution of organismal interactions, particularly evolution of social conflict & cooperation and evolution of mutualisms. Current research focuses on the behavior and ... Ulrich Mueller

Somshuvra (Som) Mukhopadhyay
Assistant Professor


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We study intracellular membrane trafficking in the context of normal cell physiology and human disease. Transport of proteins and lipids between membrane bound subcellular organelles is essential ... Somshuvra (Som) Mukhopadhyay
 

 

 

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